• Summer Sports Camps

  • Summer Reading Challenge

  • Gateshead Holiday Activities & Food Programme (Update)

  • Young Musicians Programme (YMP)

  • Enjoy the outdoors but 'be tick aware'

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21 Jun
Teaching Dodgeball Award - Improving OSHL - Module 3
This session will: • Enable participants to organise safe, enjoyable and purposeful dodgeball activities • Inform participants about the basic skills required at the starter level • Provide knowledge of how dodgeball can be used in the curriculum • Provide a range of alternative and inclusive dodgeball sessions A Skill Builder Dodgeball Kit Set (costing £100) plus the “Dive into Dodgeball” teaching resources for KS2 is available for each school/setting. This extremely useful equipment and teaching resource is designed to help and support you to deliver and develop the game back in school. If you would like to purchase this pack please click on the link below, which will take you to the SSP SLA page, you will be required to scroll down the page to the 'Additional Services' section and add this to your basket. https://secure2.sla-online.co.uk/v3/Service/Details/10297 (School Sports Partnership SLA Page)
02
02 Jul
Maximising Progress in PE through Formative Assessment - Introduction to Subject Leadership: Module 3
• Acquire a range of assessment strategies including both formative and summative assessment. • Develop reporting processes relevant to individual situations. • Be made aware of external accountability measures, including Ofsted and the National Curriculum. • Explore assessment strategies that help to increase your children’s understanding of their own performance and that of others, and how to make relevant and appropriate progress. • Look at strategies to increase competence and confidence to improve your children’s confidence and skills in self, peer and group evaluation and assessment. Gateshead School Sport Partnership have been developing a new Assessment for Learning resource this year and a draft version will be available to all course candidates. Assessment for Learning Core Task cards will also be provided to help you implement a bespoke assessment model in your school.
02
02 Jul
Early Years Practitioners Learning and Development Network Meeting
AGENDA Presentation from Gateshead Library staff about library services available to Gateshead early years settings. Find out about the wealth of books and resources available to Gateshead early years settings Find out about digital library services
02
02 Jul
Staff Wellbeing Cafe
It’s About More than the Fluffies! Making significant staff wellbeing ‘happen’ or having to ‘do’ staff wellbeing is something that many schools are struggling with at the moment. People are trying lots of things, often worthy and successful. However they often struggle to be enduring or sustainable. Staff Wellbeing Teams are making an immediate and consistent difference to school staff engagement and wellbeing, according to research. Results are indicating that involving staff in their own wellbeing through a Staff Wellbeing Team (SWT) has a significant impact on: • discretionary effort • wellbeing ownership • distributed leadership • reflective practice • trust creation • culture shift Join us to find out more!
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04 Jul
Critical Thinking for Achievement in Geography and Science Programme
Day 1 • The meaning of critical thinking • Why critical thinking is valuable • How to embed critical thinking in your practice • The ‘Plan-Do-Review’ structure • Becoming better at thinking • Making better sense of information • Designing a project Gap Task To be completed in school over 8-10 weeks, in an area identified following day one of the programme, (either in your own class, across a key stage or whole school) leading to School Improvement and better outcomes for pupils in Science and/or Geography. Day 2 • Becoming a more open thinker • Reviewing of School Improvement project • Structuring thinking in the curriculum • Deciding next steps
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Summer Sports Camps
13 Jun
Want to get the kids off the couch during the school holidays? Then why not join one of GO Gateshead's sports camps at Gateshead Leisure Centre. Perfect for children aged 8-14 years, the camps will offer a fantastic range of activities from, Clip n' Climb to trampolining, badminton to basketball, swimming to dodgeball*. Your kids will stay active, have fun and make friends. Getting children active is not only our passion - it's something we're great at too. We provide children with the opportunity to try new sports, have fun, and really make the most of the school holidays. You can trust GO Gateshead to provide a service that is enjoyable, positive and safe. *Activities delivered will vary depending on day. *Activities delivered will vary depending on day. Age: For children between 8-14 years Price: £15 per day Please click here for more informatio and to book?
Summer Reading Challenge
11 Jun
The Summer Reading Challenge encourages children aged 4 to 11 to read six library books during the long summer holiday. Children's reading can 'dip' during the summer holidays if they don't have regular access to books and encouragement to read for pleasure. The annual summer reading challenge helps get three quarters of a million children into libraries each year to keep up their reading skills and confidence. The challenge celebrates it's 20th anniversary. Please open the attachment to read the article in full.
Gateshead Holiday Activities & Food Programme (Update)
05 Jun
Council to deliver more holiday activities - Gateshead Council will deliver an expanded programme of activity and meals for children during the summer holidays thanks to Government funding. Gateshead will benefit from a share of £9.1m from the Department for Education to provide free meals and activities including sport, dance, arts, crafts and drama throughout the six week break. Community venues, churches and sports clubs will all play their part with more than 20 different organisations expected to provide over 2,700 places for children across Gateshead. Over the last five years the Council has worked with community groups and partners to provide ‘Fill the Holiday Gap’ activities which have provided food alongside fun activities and things to do. The programme has been identified as good practice by Northumbria University. Healthy and nutritious food is provided alongside the activities which will take place over several hours each day and in each week of the summer holidays. Deputy Council Leader Catherine Donovan, who chairs Gateshead’s Tackling Poverty Board, said: “Our holiday activities and food programmes have been very well received by children and their parents over the last few years, but we know there are more families in Gateshead who can benefit from this provision. “We’re delighted to have been awarded this funding which will allow us to expand our programme to cover more days and every week of the school holidays. “This year’s programme will be the largest amount of provision yet with the Council recognising how difficult it can be for struggling families to cope throughout the long summer holiday period.” Register your details to receive updates - www.gateshead.gov.uk/activitiesandfood or phone Brian Kielty on (0191) 433 3024 or Paul Scott on (0191) 433 8117.
Young Musicians Programme (YMP)
04 Jun
Sage Gateshead’s Young Musicians Programme (YMP) is open for all children and young people aged 4 to 19 who are passionate about music and want to learn. Learning music improves skills, confidence and self-esteem, and YMP students have gone on to a wide range of careers, apprenticeships, higher education and to the UK’s top music conservatoires. We welcome enquiries and applications throughout the year. Financial support is available through grants and bursaries. Find out more at sagegateshead.com To find out more please click here Please click here to view you tube
Enjoy the outdoors but 'be tick aware'
04 Jun
Key tick awareness messages 'be tick aware' and remember that you could be exposed to ticks whenever you spend time outdoors, including when in your garden or the local park. ticks mainly attach to animals but sometimes they may bite you or your family To view this article in full please open the attachment. For more information, search for the phrases 'ticks' and 'lyme disease' on these websites nhs uk or gov.uk